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Spray Drift Management Webinar

Pesticide spray drift is the movement of pesticide dust or droplets through the — air at the time of application or soon after — to any site other than the area intended. Spray drift can affect people’s health, damage nearby crops, and pose a risk to non-target organisms. This webinar will focus on strategies for reducing pesticide spray drift.

 

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